L Arginine is an amino acid that is considered ‘semi-essential’ or ‘conditionally essential’ due to the fact that it can not be synthesized in the body until close to adulthood. This is perhaps one of the most important supplements for the penis enlargement program due to its PROVEN ability and effectiveness in increasing nitric oxide levels in the blood and is why it is often found in male enhancement supplements.
It is commonly used by athletes to enhance performance and is considered even more effective when coupled with citruline. It also a substrate to form creatine, another vital nutrient for male enhancement and athletic performance. Deficiency of this amino acid may lead to impaired neuromuscular functions.
Recommended 3-6 grams before sexual activity. No more than 15-18 grams daily. Maximum single dose of 8 grams.
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Before workouts, sexual activity and jelqing or pumping sessions.
How Can L-Arginine Help To Enlarge The Penis?
The body uses this amino acid to produce nitric oxide. The more L-arginine it has, the more nitric oxide it can make. With more nitric oxide comes more blood flow and vascularity, especially in the penis. It is a simple and proven mechanism. Extensive research has confirmed this idea.
Arginine seems to enhance blood flow specifically in muscle groups that are stimulated or activated, including the smooth muscle of the penis.
General Effects of L-Arginine that Enhance Penis Enlargement Gains
- As a major precursor to nitric oxide, L-Arginine can improve vasodilation, bloodflow, and relax smooth muscle.
- Increases healing ability (very important for repairing damaged tissue after a PE routine)
- Arginine seems to enhance blood flow specifically in muscle groups that are stimulated or activated, including the smooth muscle of the penis.
Do We Recommend Taking Arginine?
L-arginine may be the single most highly recommended supplement in terms of penis enlargement and male enhancement. It has been clinically proven to enhance the effects that are associated with increased penis enlargement gains. Athletes take this supplement for the same reason, enhanced blood flow.
- Allergies or asthma: L-arginine can cause an allergic response or make swelling in the airways worse.
- Cirrhosis: L-arginine should be used with caution in people with cirrhosis.
- Herpes: There is a concern that L-arginine might make herpes worse. There is some evidence that L-arginine is needed for the herpes virus to multiply.
- Low blood pressure: L-arginine might lower blood pressure. This could be a problem if you already have low blood pressure.
- Kidney disease: L-arginine has caused high potassium levels when used by people with kidney disease. In some cases, this has resulted in a potentially life-threatening irregular heartbeat
- Surgery: L-arginine might affect blood pressure. There is a concern that it might interfere with blood pressure control during and after surgery. Stop taking L-arginine at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
- Medications for high blood pressure (Antihypertensive drugs)
- Medications that increase blood flow to the heart (Nitrates)
- Sildenafil (Viagra)
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